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Before uploading the updated application, be sure that you have incremented the android:versionCode and android:versionName attributes in the element of the manifest file. Also, the package name must be the same and the .apk must be signed with the same private key. If the package name and signing certificate do not match those of the existing version, Market will consider it a new application and will not offer it to users as an update.




that 39;s you apk



Google Play does not allow you to publish an app signed with your debug keystore. If you try to upload such an APK, Google Play will fail with the message "You uploaded an APK that was signed in debug mode. You need to sign your APK in release mode."


Warning: Keep your keystore and private key in a safe and secure place, and ensure that you have secure backups of them. If you publish an app to Google Play and then lose the key with which you signed your app, you will not be able to publish any updates to your app, since you must always sign all versions of your app with the same key.


Possibly you will also have to change your code so that people can install the new app even if they have the old app installed, e.g. you need to make sure that you don't have conflicting content providers.


Here i get the answer for that question . After searching for too long finally i get to crack the key and password for this . I forget my key and alias also the jks file but fortunately i know the bunch of password what i had put in it . but finding correct combinations for that was toughest task for me .


if the screen shows any error then password is not matching .. if it doesn't show any error then it means you are with correct jks file . correct alias and password() now with that you can upload your apk in play store :)


If you have previous apk file with you(backup) then use jarSigner to extract certificate from that that apk, then use that key or use keytool to clone that certificate, may be that will help...Helpful links are jarsigner docs and keytool docs.


I had faced this issue recently, after trying different ways to sign in like enable V1 Or V2, signed in by changing alias name and last come to know that I am using wrong key store file


My [silly] mistake was that i used app-debug.apk file instead of app-release.apk file.You need to to choose "release" in "Build Variants" frame when you generate signed APK.The app-release.apk file should be located under "app\release" folder in your project root.


I am trying to upload an Application on the Google Play store. I am building the .apk and signing it using Maven. I have used maven-jarsigner-plugin to sign the .apk file. I am using the key that I created using Eclipse wizard for signing another Android app. I zipalign the .apk file using the following command: zipalign [-f] [-v] infile.apk outfile.apk


When I try to uplaod the application on the playstore, I get the error You uploaded an APK that was signed in debug mode. You need to sign your APK in release mode. Can anyone please tell me how to sign the apk in release mode? I am new to Maven (started using it today).Thanks


Always create your keystore with name and alias containing "release" not "debug". If you are having the "You uploaded an APK that was signed in debug mode. You need to sign your APK in release mode error" it's certain that you are using default keystore which is 'debug.keystore' hence generating apk in debug mode.


We've already seen almost everything in the world of video games, and that's why competition between companies is so fierce, also when it comes to searching for new experiences and ways of entertaining. The guys at Sony have taken their PS4 beyond the concept of a traditional console, with virtual reality glasses, and now the possibility to use your phone. With that idea in mind, they've developed a series of PlayLink games that combine the console with our smartphone.


One of the first titles to appear and possibly one of the most successful ones has to be That's You!, a sort of trivia quiz game in which you'll be asked different questions and faced up against challenges for all members of the family. But what's this got to do with Android? Well, you'll have to use your smartphone as a gamepad, and that's why it's so important to download this app.


The gameplay is quite entertaining and assorted. For instance, you can be asked questions that you'll only be able to answer if you really know the other players. Or does everybody know who's the dirtiest person in the room? There are other challenges about drawing or posing according to the indications given. The idea is that it should become a multiplayer game suitable for all members of the household to have a great time.


With the companion app, you'll have everything you need to play, assuming that you've already got the game and a PlayStation 4. If not, go to your nearest video game store with plenty of money in your pocket.


An Android app that you want to publish to the Amazon Appstore: Each app that you submit must comply with Amazon's content policy. If Amazon determines that an app contains, facilitates, or promotes content prohibited by these guidelines, Amazon will reject the submission. See Amazon Appstore Content Policy.


Intellectual Property (IP) Documentation (if needed): If your app uses intellectual property (IP) from a third party, be prepared to submit documentation that you have obtained the proper license or permission to use that IP in your app.


Some devices no longer support 32-bit apps, including any 32-bit apps currently available on Amazon Appstore. Customers attempting to download a 32-bit app on one of these devices will receive a notification alerting them that the app is not compatible with system requirements.


For every library in one folder, there must be a corresponding library in the other folder. If you have a 32-bit library in the 32-bit folder, but do not have that same library in 64-bit format in your 64-bit folder, your application may crash or freeze on a device, or have In-app Purchasing (IAP) failures.


When you submit your app, Amazon removes the signature you used to sign your app and re-signs it with an Amazon signature that is unique to you, does not change, and is the same for all apps in your account.


Uploaded Android binary files (AAB or APK) can be up to 2.5GB in size. Amazon recommends that you deploy small apps that download and install quickly. Then, upon first launch, your app can download additional resources and save them on the users' local file system. Expansion files or Binary blobs (.obb) are not supported by the Amazon Appstore. If you're submitting an APK, you must do so without .obb files. Make sure your app installs external resources in the proper path after downloading them at runtime.


After Amazon's next publish cycle (about every 30 to 90 minutes), you should receive an email from Amazon indicating that your file was uploaded successfully. When you return to the App Information tab, you should see your file.


Regardless of whether you choose to apply Amazon DRM, Amazon wraps your app with code that enables the app to communicate with the Amazon Appstore client to collect analytics, evaluate and enforce program policies, and share aggregated information with you. Your app always communicates with the Amazon Appstore client when it starts, even if you choose not to apply DRM.


Automatically-applied DRM is not tied to the key you used to sign your app. Amazon removes your signature and re-signs your app with an Amazon signature that is unique to you, does not change, and is the same for all apps in your account.


If your app uses the IP of a third party, you will need to provide documentation of your license or IP rights to Amazon in order to list your app with the Amazon Appstore. This documentation must be either a confirmation letter from the IP rights holder with a formal signature or a copy of the applicable license agreement. Amazon will contact you during the app submission process to provide this documentation in a way that associates it with your app.


I think you don't need to worry too much, there's not more danger than to any other compiled software.I mentioned above that the described procedure is only applicable for changing resource files, not code.Kind Regards,Carlos


I am beginner at apk development and design. Now i am working on modifying some of the features in voice call apk file of jio4gvoice app. This is the app that are developed by mobile network in india for making Non-VoLTE enabled smartphone VoLTE enabled. I found so many issues belong to this app and review from people on google play store. Now I am trying to fix one of the comment there one person posted.


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4. Installing apps that are not available on Google Play. For instance, most Android tablets can run WhatsApp without any hitch. But you cannot download it from Play Store. Therefore, you have to install such apps directly using an APK file. The same is applicable to geo-restricted apps.


Other bits of features include a dark mode, multiple apk extract, change saved path, share apks, in-app file directory, and more. There is but one drawback that the app shows banner ads which you can easily by-pass with your net off. If you want to remove ads for a day, there is a watch reward video option or you can go premium in under $1.


There are many online sources that bundle APK files of popular apps with malware. So, make sure you download the APK from only the legitimate sources. A good place to look will be sites like APKmirror. The good thing about these online repositories is that you can find any version of the app you want, even if is a 2-year-old one.


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